Friday, June 12, 2015

Father's Day Gift Guide.

Father's Day is coming, and the classic themes for dads (and men in general) tend to revolve around two main things: sports and drinking.  It was always hard for me to buy my dad a gift for Father's Day (and now my husband) because neither one wants anything to do with fly fishing or golf or Budweiser.  So, to get off of those tried-and-true options, I took a stroll through The Nutmeg Collective's shops and found a bunch of fresh, modern choices for you:

New Antiquity's use of mixed woods in this display panel makes it rustic and modern at the same time.
It could be used for hanging or as a display piece of a table.
Lilypad Prints

Train lover?  This print from Lilypad Prints may be just the thing!
Hickster Tees

 Hickster Tees has come up with the ultimate shirt for Supernatural, Dr. Who, and Sherlock fans!
Melley Nelson Design

A custom portrait is a wonderful option for a family man.

Does your guy love working in the garage?  This is the candle for him- it has that motor oil smell.
Cinder + Salt

Cinder + Salt has a whole line of skinny tie options for the modern guy (plus tees and hoodies, too!).

Every rad dad needs a tee proclaiming his status.  (The struggle is real.  Those things hurt.)
The Copper Fox

New dad?  This keychain from The Copper Fox will allow him to remember the day wherever he goes.

Hartford Prints!

Don't forget to grab a card!  Hartford Prints! has a great selection.
Hockman Photography

 Love to travel?  How about a cityscape from Hockman Photography?
Treefort Naturals

Help him treat his skin well with this all-natural shave bar from Treefort Naturals.

Great, original, unique gifts for Dad aren't so hard to find!
 For even more options, check out the rest of The Nutmeg Collective shops here.

Written by Kristen of Milo and Molly.  Kristen runs her business while staying at home with her two small children. Fueled by an endless supply of tea, she sews late into the night when the house is quiet, most often accompanied by her faithful poodle, Casey.

1 comment:

    All of these things are awesome. The soy candle that smells like motor oil, rust, and wood chips? AWESOME.


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